Sunday Morning Sermon for 5/6/12

We had a wonderful service this morning.  It is always good to be in the house of the Lord together with our family of God here in Langdon, but we had an especially great time this morning.  The message this week is about knowing God’s will and “making the call” on matters where wisdom is needed.  I pray that God will richly bless you through His Word.

And I just wanted to pass along a note for those who might be interested.  More formal information will be soon forthcoming, but we are planning a 40th anniversary celebration for the church on the weekend of September 22-23, 2012.  If you are subscribed to the posts here, you will get a notice as I promise to post updates here to the church’s site as we get them.

You Make the Call

Sermon notes 5/6/12

  1. The Lord’s Will – James 4:13-17

    1. Don’t be paralyzed

      1. Acts 18:18-21; 21:7-15

      2. Missing God’s will?

    2. Learning God’s Will – Ephesians 5:15-21

      1. 1 Thessalonians 4:1-12

      2. Romans 12:1-2 – Getting Godly wisdom

  2. Real wisdom – Deuteronomy 4:5-8

    1. God’s instruction is wisdom – Proverbs 1:1-7

      1. Proverbs 1:20-33

      2. Proverbs 3:13-35

    2. The foolishness of man – Romans 1:18-23

  3. How does this apply to God’s Will for my life?

    1. Know what is indisputably right – Ephesians 5:17

    2. Know how to judge correctly – John 7:24

    3. Be ready to make the call – Matthew 18:18-20

      1. Ezra 7:25

      2. Romans 14:1, 22

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